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New mid range PIR offers increased detection range for


up to 15m Lighting controls manufacturer, CP Electronics, has developed a new range of ceiling-mounted, mid-range passive infrared (PIR) detectors that allow presence detection for ranges up to 15m. Drawing on the


success of CP’s acclaimed series of ceiling mounted PIR presence detectors, the company’s EBDMR features a domed lens which allows for greater detection. This design feature is particularly effective when the product is installed within large open plan spaces. For many applications,


where there are only two or three luminaires, one single EBDMR detector will cover an entire room. A typical office space could, for instance, employ half the normal number of detectors for efficient lighting control. This saves both time and money, keeping wiring work to a minimum. John Mercer, Senior Product Manager at CP


Electronics commented: “As a leading UK manufacturer of lighting controls, we are constantly looking for new ways to help contractors install products which deliver cost and energy savings for end users. Our EBDMR product does exactly this and also saves the installer time and money.” The EBDMR range has been designed in a


variety of RAL colours, versatile enough to suit a range of different applications. CP’s dimming variants can also facilitate daylight harvesting – the sensor detects levels of natural light and supplements the artificial light level accordingly.


uwww.cpelectronics.co.uk Red Arrow launches new range


of non-corrosive fittings The Red Arrow Garrison, Bastion and Fortress Non-Corrosive Fittings are new to the range and offer a comprehensive solution for users covering all standard lengths and wattages. The Fortress Range offers a 5-year guarantee and a branded Tridonic LED driver. The Bastion


Range is a cost competitive product for lower usage environments. The Garrison Range is wired ready for users to select LED Tubes in the Colour Temperature of their choice. This multi-purpose range is suitable for factories, workshops and commercial sites. They are also used in multi-storey car parks, and can be fitted with a microwave sensor to maximise energy saving. The Fortress Range has a working temperature starting at -20ºC which makes it suitable for use in freezer environments. All these non-corrosive ranges are IP65 rated meaning they are waterproof and


dustproof. They have an ABS body which makes the product strong, durable and rigid; and a Polycarbonate Opal Diffuser ensuring maximum light output. Stainless Steel clips are available for the fittings for extra security


environments. The Bastion and Fortress Ranges offers 90lm/W output. The Bastion and Fortress Ranges offer a three hour


Emergency Version providing safety lighting in a power cut and savings on installation as a separate emergency circuit and fittings are not required.


uredarrowtrading.com The SPRINT System from WISKA


With 99 years’ experience in cable management, WISKA is your expert for cable entries and protection. This includes the iconic SPRINT System from WISKA: One Gland, One Solution. The SPRINT System


– comprising polyamide, brass and stainless-steel cable glands – offers a solution for any type of cable. Thanks to the unique design and variety of product accessories, WISKA can offer superior cable gland flexibility. The SPRINT System offers features including a wide clamping range (e.g. M20 clamping range 6.2-14mm), various insert options (flat cable, multiple cable insert combinations and reduction inserts), EMC inserts options, IP68 protection, fast installation, halogen free/ LSF, vibration proof, venting fitting options and explosion-proof options are also available. The SPRINT System from WISKA… One Gland, One Solution.


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There are many reasons for wanting to add a wireless switch to an outdoor socket and Scolmore has made this task simpler than ever with the Click Smart 2-gang Outdoor Socket and Switch. The new product is part of Scolmore’s


Smart wiring accessories to weather the storm The IP66-rated weatherproof socket and


Aquip66 range of durable, easy-to-install weatherproof boxes which come as sealed units and offer a high level of protection against ingress of water and dust. Available as a boxed smart solution, each box contains one 2-gang Anthracite Grey IP66 Weatherproof socket, one white Smart switch and one white receiver. By adding the receiver to the socket and the


switch to a convenient location, it allows smart control of anything plugged into the socket around the home.


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switch enclosures offer a single fix installation – with the whole of the back box fixing to the wall to accommodate the socket or modules. Multiple knock-outs allow for entry from all angles, and a flexible rubber base with rear entry gasket provides extra weatherproof protection, as well as mounting on most types of uneven surface. The sockets and switches can be


purchased as empty unfurnished boxes or furnished with the appropriate socket or switch modules. A spring loaded lid makes for easy access and the units are also lockable.


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